We are pleased to announce that The Historic Odessa Foundation has released of their new book; A Storied Past - Collections of Historic Odessa. Working with The Historic Odessa Foundation and Phillip D. Zimmerman (author) 4x3 designed this beautiful 270-page catalog of 100 artifacts from the collection.
Several years ago the Historic Odessa Foundation was looking for a website development company that could blend both the bucolic setting and the historic significance of this important Delaware Colonial site with twenty-first century technology. We found that creative design team at 4x3. The resulting website is both beautiful and easy to navigate for the thousands of visitors that use it each year.
Jen Cabell Kostik
Historic Odessa Foundation
The Historic Odessa Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of the restored Historic Houses of Odessa, Delaware. 4x3 created a dynamic site to showcase their buildings and extensive collection of historic treasures.
Custom Drupal CMS
The site implements a custom Drupal content management system, which allows the client to easily update news & events, upload photo galleries and directly edit the content of most pages. The site also features dynamic "architectural facts" showcasing educational information about the unique features of the grounds and gardens.
A custom Google map was also created to highlight each of the five main buildings.
Responsive Website Design
4x3 recently upgraded the Historic Odessa website to a state-of-the-art Drupal 7 platform, making the site fully responsive on all desktop, tablet and mobile screen sizes.
Odessa Brewfest: festival marketing, design and event promotion
In addition to the responsive Historic Odessa website, 4x3 created and now maintains and markets a responsive brewfest website for the annual Historic Odessa festival, the Odessa Brewfest. Beer lovers follow the progress of the "tournament" on our custom-built BrewBracket page, featuring contest and brewery information. Read more about the annual brew festival in Odessa DE »
4x3 is proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned website for the Historic Odessa Foundation. The site features a fresh new design and layout, with prominently features historical information and compelling visual components.
Google is the world's most popular search engine. No surprise there! But have you been utilizing all the benefits Google can give your business?
These days, a good smartphone can last for a couple years — or until the battery life starts to die — and each software update can often bring you more problems than fixes. It's around this time when you start shopping around for a new phone, often the same brand, just a new model.
4x3 provides Office 365 email and application management services at very reasonable costs. As an authorized Microsoft advisor, we will work on your behalf to manage and support your email and licenses for your business.
For the 4th year in a row 4x3 has proudly marketed the annual Odessa Brewfest. Through a custom-designed website, social media and content marketing we helped the Historic Odessa Foundation invite hundreds of visitors as they enjoyed award-winning craft beer, gourmet food, local craft vendors, live music, and historical demonstrations on the beautiful grounds of the 1769 Warner-Wilson house in Odessa, Delaware.
When approached by the Historic Odessa Foundation for a website redesign in 2010, 4x3 was tasked with implementing an efficient, user-friendly solution that prioritized content rich management and custom navigation. The resulting website design allowed visitors to clearly discover and understand Historic Odessa's wealth of information.
4x3 is proud to supply in-house services to all our clients, guaranteeing that all our work bleeds red, white and blue. This 4th of July, 4x3 is celebrating our roots by looking back at our fun and colorful history.
Piloting 101: Landing strips should be smooth, well-lit and free of debris; steer clear of the cracked, the weedy, the dark. It’s kinda the same thing with website landing pages.
This is a question that I've been getting a lot lately from family, friends and curious underclassmen. So! Here's my little blog post about my internship with 4x3 :) I have a lot I wanna talk about, so I'll be splitting this post into two parts. This part will be about how I found it, and next will be about the internship and what I've learned from it.
Flashback to December 2013. I think the question in most, if not all, the junior design majors' minds was: "Where the heck am I going to get an internship???"
The 1st Annual Odessa Brewfest was a huge success in my book. The festival fulfilled its promise—great beer, food and music in a beautiful setting with lots of positive vibes and a party atmosphere. It was a truly unique event and a great fundraiser for the Historic Odessa Foundation.
As the extent of the devastation unfolds after Superstorm Sandy hit our Atlantic coast shores, I'm reminded of lessons learned after Katrina hit New Orleans. There's already news and finger pointing about what should have been done and who should have done what.
4x3 designed a dynamic site for the Historic Odessa Foundation that showcases the historical beauty of this uniquely preserved colonial town and its unique museum collection.
4x3 is proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned website for Historic Odessa Foundation. The site features a fresh new design and layout, with prominently featured news and events. A "Virtual Tour" of the campus highlights every property through stunning photography in the History & Education section.
4x3 is please to announce their new client, The Historic Odessa Foundation. The project will entail a complete redesign of their current website along with the implementation of a customized Drupal CMS.